Here is a Butterfinger promotional video staring Billy Eichner that I designed for Funny or Die earlier this year.
The final installment of the “Downy: Beyond the Fabric” series I production designed.
THE RUBE GOLDBERG MACHINE! This was a great installment in the Blackberry Challenge Council spots. So much fun to work on, my favorite jobs are always where I get to Art Direct for Anu Schwartz who is a fantastic Production Designer. This took such precision but we did it!
This is the first video for the Downy “Beyond the fabric” series that I production designed. This one features fashion designer Zaida Adriana Goveo Balmaseda. This was such a great shoot with Union HZ films, the whole crew and client were amazing to work with.
Blackberry Challenge Council, another installment (I Art Directed). This one stars Dax Shephard.
Another Blackberry Challenge Council spot that I Art Directed. This one starred Leighton Meester and a 360 degree blackberry cell phone camera rig! Rigging this and timing all the phones (even just charging all 160 phones) was crazy but a lot of fun.
Another Blackberry Challenge Council spot that I Art Directed. This one is guest staring Grayson Chance.
Here is one of the Blackberry Challenge Council spots that I Art Directed. These were a lot of fun.
This is the second promo in the series ‘Character With A Cause’ for USA that I production designed.
Here is the first of three ‘Character With A Cause’ promo spots I production designed for USA.
A small project I did with Aaron Somers for Christian Louboutin. Art Deco mannequins! (they will be completed with custom wigs)
How did I live not knowing how to airbrush before now?
This is the trailer for the short that I production designed called “RINGO”. It premiered at Locarno film festival in Switzerland earlier this year, we shot it in 2 days in NYC at the beginning of the year.
Check out the steam punk davinci-esq flying machine that Aaron Somers and I built for the movie I’m Art Directing OMPHOLOS. This is it in it’s final stages :)
We just built this Titan Missile base for the movie I art directed, future folk. The entire thing is made of cheap wood, homosote board and salvaged crap :) pretty cool eh? The base was 15 feet in diameter the whole set was about 30 feet and freestanding in nutroasters stages! (as my dad likes to call it nutsack studios)
This is a short promo I production designed for fuse TV. We shot Mark Hoppus at the Bowery Hotel. I’m not thrilled with the framing or set-up of this spot but here it is anyway.